Bamboo rocket was built during the reign of 'Mysore Tiger'

Sultan Fateh Ali Khan Sahab i.e. Tipu Sultan was born on this day. He was born on November 20, 1750. He is famous as India's first freedom fighter. Tipu Sultan is famous for his bravery and fearlessness. He strongly opposed the British East India Company in South India. Tipu Sultan is said to have been famous for his bravery. He was the king of Mysore and because of this, he is called the "Mysore Tiger".

He was a ruler in his time who used new things for his army and people. His father's name was Hyder Ali and mother's name was Fatima Fakhru Nisha and during his reign, Tipu Sultan adopted the new revenue policy while making administrative changes. He also invented a unique rocket made of bamboo during his time. His rocket could travel about 200 meters in the air and used 250 grams of ammo to fly it. During that time he used rockets in war.

He was also known as Rocketman because he specializes in rocket propulsion. For the first time during the rule of Tipu Sultan, an iron case missile rocket was made. In the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the royal forces of the British East India Company were supported by the Nizam of Hyderabad and the Marathas. He then defeated Tipu and was killed on 4 May 1799 at Srirangapatna.

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